Last Update: 21 September 2004
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The passage is a connected paragraph, so you should use a single network, but you can split it up into separate parts (as indicated by the sentence numbers) for ease of reading if you wish. However, make sure that, if you represent some concept with a node in one part of the network, you should represent that same concept with the same node if it reappears in another part of the network (that's part of what's called the "uniqueness principle").
You may use either a graphical net (hand-drawn is fine) or SNePSUL code.
Give the syntax and semantics of each case frame you use. See the SNePS Case Frame Dictionary [postscript] or the CVA Case Frame Dictionary for ideas and examples.
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